Sider

Sider is a persistent object library based on Redis. This is heavily under development currently, but you can check the future roadmap if you want.

>>> from sider.types import Set, Integer
>>> s = session.get('my_set', Set(Integer))
>>> 3 in s  # SISMEMBER 3
True
>>> 4 in s  # SISMEMBER 4
False
>>> s2 = session.get('another_set', Set(Integer))
>>> s & s2  # SINTER my_set another_set
set([2, 3])
>>> s
<sider.set.Set {1, 2, 3}>
>>> s2
<sider.set.Set {-1, 0, 1, 2}>
>>> session.get('my_int_key', Integer)
1234

You can install it from PyPI:

$ pip install Sider  # or
$ easy_install Sider
$ python -m sider.version
0.2.0

What was the name ‘Sider’ originated from?:

>>> 'redis'[::-1]
'sider'

Open source

Build Status

Sider is an open source software written in Hong Minhee. The source code is distributed under MIT license and you can find it at GitHub repository. Check out now:

$ git clone git://github.com/dahlia/sider.git

If you find a bug, report it to the issue tracker or send pull requests.

Community

Sider has the official IRC channel on freenode: irc://chat.freenode.net/sider

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